There are many important belts in your GM vehicle, including the serpentine belt and the timing belt. The serpentine belt brings the power to just about everything connected to the engine. That means the air conditioning compressor, cooling fan, air injection pump, power steering pump as well the crankshaft and the alternator. The timing belt has the job of regulating the engine's valves so they open and close at the right times. When belts break it means that whichever aspect of the engine that belt goes to is going to have issues. If allowed to continue this can actually damage the engine itself. When a belt breaks it can damage the entire engine. Prevention is key when it comes to your belts. Checking the condition or your belts is important. By checking your belts for wear and cracks you can often avoid costly repairs. When checking them you can also see if they have become loose. It is important that the belts have the correct amount of tension to work properly. Replacing your belts with OEM belts means that all components of the engine are able to interact properly and to get the right amount of power. Buying genuine OEM belts will guarantee that your engine will run well and efficiently. Shop our webstore for genuine OEM belts for your GM vehicle.
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